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Spinors in three dimensions

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Jan10-14, 02:59 PM
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Hey!

This is my first post in PF. My question it is related with Majorana spinors in three dimensions: Let [itex]\psi[/itex] be a spinor 1-form and [itex]\bar{\psi}[/itex] its Majorana conjugate.

It this true? [itex]\bar{\psi} \wedge \psi = 0[/itex]

Where can I find the proof? Thanks in advance!
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